Grace Kelly’s granddaughter marries in second stunning wedding dress
Princess Grace of Monaco’s granddaughter Charlotte Casiraghi has celebrated her new marriage again with a religious ceremony in Southern France.
It was the second wedding for Charlotte and her husband, film producer Dimitri Rassam.
They had a civil service on June 1 at Monaco’s Prince’s Palace.
The first service was where Charlotte paid homage to her famous grandmother, as the necklace she chose to wear in the above photo is her grandmother's Cartier piece, and is one of the most celebrated of the family’s Cartier treasures.
The three-strand necklace, according to Town and Country Magazine, was created from approximately 64 carats of round and emerald cut diamonds which were set in platinum.
It was a gift from Prince Rainier to his bride, Princess Grace, on their wedding day in 1956.
Granddaughter Charlotte's second wedding service was held in the village of Saint-Remy-De-Provence on the weekend.
"It is this particular love of Provence she wants to share with her family and friends," a friend told People.
Charlotte, 32, wore a gown by Italian designer Giambattista Valli, who shared a photo of the couple on Instagram.
"Congratulations Charlotte Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam on their wedding in Saint-Remy-de-Provence.
"The bride wore a custom Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown. Very happy to be part of their dream!"
Attendees of the wedding included Charlotte’s mother Princess Caroline, her uncle Prince Albert and her three siblings, as well as Rassam’s mother, French actress Carole Bouquet.
The bride’s bouquet featured lavender, which the region of Provence is known for.
Scroll through the gallery to see the outfits from the happy couple's two weddings.